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- BBC correspondent
The tussle that started between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi has now gone beyond the liquor scam to the alleged education scam and allegations of exchange of notes on the LG.
Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal had sought a vote of confidence in the Delhi Assembly yesterday, i.e. last Monday.
Currently, there is no threat to the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi. But the Aam Aadmi Party constantly accuses the BJP of buying its MLAs.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had also tweeted about the offer to join the BJP a few days ago.
And amid all this, the Aam Aadmi Party MLAs have spent the entire night in the Delhi Assembly premises in the open. The Aam Aadmi Party calls it a protest on its part.
However, top leaders like Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Raghav Chadha or Sanjay Singh did not participate in this protest.
Meanwhile, in Delhi, three BJP MLAs have been protesting in the assembly premises since last Friday.
But the question arises as to how the matter that started with the liquor scam ended up in the government crisis and indicting the lieutenant governor.
What is Arvind Kejriwal’s strategy?
Questions are being raised from the BJP about the Aam Aadmi Party’s education policy. But instead of defending its liquor policy, the Aam Aadmi Party blames the BJP.
What does this series of allegations and counter-allegations say about the strategy of the Aam Aadmi Party?
Senior journalist Pramod Joshi, who has seen Arvind Kejriwal’s political rise, believes this is a strategy in itself.
He says, “The Aam Aadmi Party’s strategy from the beginning has been to balance the allegations. The way the trust vote has been taken in the House, there is talk of Operation Lotus and so on. AAP may side with BJP.Counter-attack.BJP started by making Manish Sisodia controversial.Counter-attack is also a strategy that Aam Aadmi Party likes.And BJP also seems to be moving in this direction.
Is this BJP style politics?
But why is that so? Has the Aam Aadmi Party borrowed this strategy from the BJP?
This question arises because in the last seven-eight years it has been seen that the BJP has been retaliating against the opposition instead of defending itself.
Delhi Lt. Governor Vinay Saxena has raised the issue of non-existence of children in schools despite huge expenditure on education in Delhi.
BJP leader Manoj Tiwari has accused the Aam Aadmi Party of making a room which will be built in five lakhs out of 33 lakhs.
But instead of giving its stand on education and liquor policy, the Aam Aadmi Party seems to be surrounding the BJP on emotional issues.
Arvind Kedriwal said in the House yesterday, that is, on Monday itself that “Now they are saying why build new classrooms, why build more bathrooms, why build toilets, I was watching… they were saying they built more toilets … yes ji, bana diye… our girls who are there, if they have to go to the toilet, if we have done more toilets then what have we done wrong…”
On this strategy of the Aam Aadmi Party to defend itself, Pramod Joshi says, “At the moment it is seen with the Aam Aadmi Party that it is not responding to the issues it is being accused of. It is throwing a bunch of new allegations at This can be a strategy to avoid responding to allegations, as doing so can lead to strife and conflict.
When will this political battle end?
The Aam Aadmi Party claims that the BJP is attacking it because of the Gujarat elections.
At the same time, BJP says Aam Aadmi Party should answer on liquor policy etc.
In this situation, the question arises where all this will end.
Senior journalist Arvind Mohan, who has been observing Delhi and the country’s politics for years, believes that “whenever there has been a fight between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party, it has gone to this level.” Even when their leader Tomar was captured, he felt that the emergency had been imposed.
At the same time, Arvind Mohan says about the BJP’s strategy: “Since the BJP came to power, the Aam Aadmi Party’s victory in Delhi over the popularity of Narendra Modi and all its other claims has been like a slap in the face. He has been ruling Delhi for years. , so he thinks his government should be formed in Delhi.”
“But the current fight has started with liquor policy, and now questions are being raised about education policy. Its history is old. And instead of answering it, the Aam Aadmi Party is accusing it.”
However, Pramod Joshi and Arvind Mohan believe that political tug-of-war in front of TV cameras could also be a well-thought-out strategy for both sides.
Pramod Joshi says, “The way the BJP is harassing the Aam Aadmi Party, it doesn’t seem to be a step in the direction of stopping the Congress from getting stronger in the Gujarat elections.”
Arvind Mohan also argues for his point, saying that “the way the Aam Aadmi Party seems to avoid circling the center on the issues of Dalits, the underprivileged and the minorities, indicates some kind of understanding between the two parties. Eh “.
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